Inside a fake $20 ’16TB external M.2 SSD’





Full of promises!

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Full of promises!

For the complete story on this fake drive, click here.

Lots of promises of M.2 goodness

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Lots of promises of M.2 goodness

Promises, promises

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Well, the bag and cable look nice

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Well, the bag and cable look nice

The drive spills its secrets...

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The drive spills its secrets…

No M.2 drive in sight

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64GB microSD card (that's corrupted beyond recovery)

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64GB microSD card (that’s corrupted beyond recovery)

Essentially a USB-C microSD card reader

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Essentially a USB-C microSD card reader




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